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  • The buildings were as ill-assorted, as temporary-looking, as a mining-camp street in the motion-pictures.
  • Fairly well assorted.
  • A part of the assortment of children’s stockings was under a blanket on a shelf, a part in a tin ginger-snap box, the rest heaped like a nest of black-cotton snakes upon a flour-barrel which was surrounded by brooms, Norwegian Bibles, dried cod for ludfisk, boxes of apricots, and a pair and a half of lumbermen’s rubber-footed boots.
  • He had but one room: bare pine floor, small work-bench, wall bunk with amazingly neat bed, frying-pan and ash-stippled coffee-pot on the shelf behind the pot-bellied cannon-ball stove, backwoods chairs—one constructed from half a barrel, one from a tilted plank—and a row of books incredibly assorted; Byron and Tennyson and Stevenson, a manual of gas-engines, a book by Thorstein Veblen, and a spotty treatise on "The Care, Feeding, Diseases, and Breeding of Poultry and Cattle."

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  • a great assortment of cars was on display
  • The remainder of the garden presented a well-selected assortment of esculent vegetables, in a praiseworthy state of advancement.
    Hawthorne, Nathaniel  --  House Of Seven Gables

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